July 27, 2014

Henry the Worst, Laocoön and His Sons, 2014
Created especially for iheartmyart.com by Henry the Worst as a part of his animated museum gif series.
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Henry the WorstLaocoön and His Sons, 2014

Created especially for iheartmyart.com by Henry the Worst as a part of his animated museum gif series.

 Henry’s Tumblr | Twitter 

July 26, 2014

This masterpiece of Renaissance metalwork is signed on the browplate by Filippo Negroli, whose embossed armor was praised by sixteenth-century writers as “miraculous” and deserving “immortal merit.” Formed of one plate of steel and patinated to look like bronze, the bowl is raised in high relief with motifs inspired by classical art. The graceful mermaidlike siren forming the helmet’s comb holds a grimacing head of Medusa by the hair. The sides of the helmet are covered with acanthus scrolls inhabited by putti, a motif ultimately derived from ancient Roman sculpture and wall paintings. (x)

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June 26, 2014

Bronze rabbits by Georgia Gerber


Bronze rabbits by Georgia Gerber

June 19, 2014


Wood Houseplants Sculptures, Yuto Yamasaki

June 18, 2014


Calvin Ross Carl

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June 6, 2014



June 2, 2014


 Stellar Axis Antarctica Lita Albuquerque

Images by Jean de Pomereu

"In December 2006, I was photographer for Lita Albuquerque’s Stellar Axis Antarctica: the largest and most ambitious arts project ever undertaken in Antarctica.

Of Tunisian origin and now living in Los Angeles, Lita Albuquerque belongs to the land art generation, alongside James Turell and Christo. Designed in collaboration with astronomer Simon Balm, ‘Stellar Axis Antarctica’ was intended to mirror, or map the southern constellations as seen at 12 noon on the day of the Summer Solstice in the Southern Hemisphere. It was realized through the alignment of 99 blue spheres across the Antarctic ice cap - the size of each sphere echoing the brightness of the corresponding star.

In Lita’s own words: “In realizing this work, my aim was to encourage the public to look up and out, not in and down - to guide people from our everyday reality to the larger stellar movements and their energy”: A modern day Stonehenge”

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May 13, 2014


final stages of Zachlumia crayon lithograph being printed from a 81.3 cm x 99.3 cm | 32 inch x 43 inch lime stone by Tamarind master printer Jill Graham at Open Studio Toronto

May 3, 2014



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April 27, 2014


Jason Scheier

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